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Song Parodies -> "Lifestyles of the Poor and the Homeless"

Original Song Title:

"Lifestyles of the Rich and the Famous"

Original Performer:

Good Charlotte

Parody Song Title:

"Lifestyles of the Poor and the Homeless"

Parody Written by:

Comedy Guy

The Lyrics

This is my ode to Hobos.
See them on the streets
Living in a cardboard box
Hobos they want some food to eat
They smell really bad
And I think it's really sad
Recyclin' cans just to survive
I'd like to give them five dollars
And a bath because they stink
I don't think they would mind
They say they'll work for food
Man life can be really crude
Life as a hobo is hard
Really hard

Lifestyles of the poor and the homeless
They're always hungry, always hungry
Yeah money is the problem, see they got nothing
They should rob some one

Yeah this guy named Bernie is a homeless guy
He found a ham sandwich and a french fry
He wolfed it down and fell asleep on a park bench
Then a guy named Fred who was homeless too
Found a twenty dollar bill and jumped for joy
Man there are a lot of hobos in D.C.
Newspaper Burritos taste good I think
Its goumet when you're on the streets
Yeah it's all right
They say they'll work for food
Man life can be really crude
Life as a hobo is hard
Really hard

(Chorus 2x)

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